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:00. >> in fact, she happened to be sharing her bedroom with a 21-year-old family friend named james. >> yeah we watched a movie and went to bed. yeah, that's our story. that's it. >> reporter: not exactly a convincing alibi. any more than the obvious fiction that james, a new man in her life, was just a friend. even less convincing when detective ron elgis learned about a trip to a 7-eleven store, middle of the night, about an hour and a half before the murder. >> why are they hiding little piece that's seem insignificant to what was going on. then we started to do surveillance on them. now they're starting to get worried because they think we're watching them. >> they show dawn with james and her two daughters, brandy, her 13-year-old daughter from a previous marriage and alyssa, 7 by this time. that's right. a year into the investigation, little alyssa was back with her biological mom who, with ben dead, the courts weaned her back there permanently. so there you are, still trying to grieve the loss of ben at the same time alyssa is being pulled back toward dawn? >> yeah. i lost both of them,
around the bay and upper 60 for the coast. >> james: we are also following weather on the national front, in fact we have some warm temperatures expected that could continue throughout the middle and eastern portions of the nation. we're looking at temperatures that may be in the upper eighties to low 90s for a good number of its some of the latest video that we have come out of the east coast. the good news is that there hopefully in store for some relief come saturday. here is what we see on the national map. the hottest part of the country is in the midsection of the east coast. washington d.c. had a number of people without power, some 2 million in total between these two sections of the country without power. they have had about 500,000 still without power in the east coast. now about 90% of their it looks like they may be doing okay about 90 percent restored. yesterday was the fourth of july and there was a lot of hot weather out there, thankfully they have the lights in the air conditioner back on at least for about 90 percent of those that were without power. all this resulted fr
to come. jonathan and kevin will be introducing james robison and jay richards. will you please help me welcome jonathan finer and kevin miller. [ applause ] >> good morning. isn't this a fantastic event? it's just such a pleasure to see all of you. isn't it great? it's my pleasure to introduce you to james robison. he is working with jay richards. they're going to be a combined presentation. so jay will be speaking first. james robison is a good friend of mine. and i want to tell you why you should listen to james robison today. don't listen to james because he has spoken in over 600 venues around the country full to the brim, breaking attendance records that the rolling stones didn't, and appear with billy graham throughout the '70s and '80s, although he did that. don't listen to james because he has an international missions outreach that has literally saved the lives of thousands of young children, saved countless young women from child prostitution and dug water wells, although he has done that too. don't listen to james because millions, 20 million plus have come to an understandi
>> . >> estos son los "titulares". >> james holmes es el hombre que atentó contra muchas personas en el cine, le tenemos el perfil del sospechoso y desde los Ángeles el efecto que esto ha tenido en quienes visitan las salas de cinesn todo el país. >> este es su noticiero univisión con lilia calderón y enrique acevedo. >> vamos a comenzar con el epicentro de la tragedia donde james holmes disparó contra las personas que estaban en un cine, 12 han muertos y más de 50 personas heridas, vamos con los detalles. >> buenas noches. >> buenas noches enrique y estamos frente al lugar donde ocurrió la tragedia y la policía no nos permite acercarnos más y aunque la verdad es que para muchos de ellos no olvidarán esto. >> quienes viven en colorado están tratando de ver por qué paso esto, en la conferencia de prensa de la policía no dio respuestas. >> (habla en inglés). >>eel papa jefe dijo que las cuatro armas las compró. >;> dijo que nunca había visto tanto arsenal, james holmes fue arrestado minutos después de la masacre, hirió a más de 70, 11 en estado critico y 12 mue
in calaveras, and i believe there are four in san walking in the flood area. >> james: that new law that the reference was signed by the governor. it will give report--the wesley shermantine a rich against the outside of the prison experience >> reporter: convicted killer and death row inmate wesley shermantine is under heavy security and searching for the bodies that he and his partner in crime did away with. >> i think it is wonderful what they're doing i certainly did advocate letting death row inmates at a prison but i think in this case there are as many aspects 70 victim out there he can lead them to them and bring closure to the 72 families. >> reporter: what about the notion that a convicted serial killer is supposed to spend the rest of his days behind bars, the chance that he will see the sunshine and breathe the air and sea life outside of san quentin. >> this is normally about allowing him out into the sunshine, that the collateral benefit. this is to bring some source of fidelity to the families of a missing persons. >> those families are holding on to a thread of ho
had james earl ray here, he came in about 1960 for armed robbery. there was nothing significant about him that made him stand out, from what i've been told. he came here before i was here, but, of course, he came infamous in 1968 when he killed dr. martin luther king. he escaped out of this prison april 1967, and he actually got out through the prison's sally port, that's the point of ingress and egress and got in a giant bread box somewhere between here and across the river, he got off that truck, and at the time, the reward for james earl ray was $50, and that was the standard amount for any inmate. well, after he killed dr. king, of course, the u.s. government had a real high price on his head, and we still had an active warrant for james earl ray right up until the time he died down in tennessee. sonny listen did time here, he was in a-hall, cell 33, came here in 1950 for armed robbery, i believe 13 or 15 children, he was illiterate. the staff here helped him with his boxing career and helped him obtain parole because they saw this man had tremendous talent. this institution is a
la tragedia donde ches. . james holmes disparó contra las personas que estaban en un cine, 12 han muertos y más de 50 personas heridas, vamos con los detalles. >> buenas noches. >> buenas noches enrique y estamos frente al lugar donde ocurrió la tragedia y la policía no nos permite acercarnos más y aunque la verdad es que para muchos de ellos no olvidarán esto. >> quienes viven en colorado están tratando de ver por qué paso esto, en la conferencia de prensa de la policía no dio respuestas. >> (habla en inglés). >>eel papa jefe dijo que las cuatro armas las compró. >;> dijo que nunca había visto tanto arsenal, james holmes fue arrestado minutos después de la masacre, hirió a más de 70, 11 en estado critico y 12 muertos. >> ella estaba con sus dos hijas. >> ella solo atino a correr, la niña se cayó pero ella la arresto hasta la puerta. >> entre ellos estaba este joven que se salvo. >> yo estaba en el piso, tratando de proteger a mi hermana y amigos, pero no los podía encontrar, todos querían salir. >> mientras se busca un motivo que busque dar motivo a quien no
drivers peace of mind that find themselves park and a broken meter. >> justine: the james fletcher is here with the weather and it sounds like it is going to be hot today. >> james: it is. here is what we are dealing with right now we have mild temperatures all around the bay. this afternoon as i mentioned, yes there will be plenty of sunshine and yes it look hot again inland. we are dealing with some conditions elsewhere we have 70 to 100 and mostly clear and warm as we head into the overnight hours. >> james: here is where the temperatures are at the moment. it is a little cooler in san francisco, it is 52 degrees. we have a mixture of low to mid 50s across the bay right now. let us walking through this afternoon, again this may be very familiar to you. all week long we have seen warm temperatures and today will be no different. by noon we already have 90's in the forecast for the east bay. as we push the clock forward to about three in the afternoon we are looking for our warmest part of the day to be in the hundreds once again. this is terrible we are talking 100 to 101 may be 102 in s
areas will struggle to make it into the '70s. >> mark: -- >> james: ok erica thank you. now we have no delays on your roadways. here is a look at the golden gate bridge, this is a much better shot. yesterday we were full of fog today is not so bad. >> justine: a substitute at napa high school is held on bail for $1 million accused of having sex with two under age girls he was also a football coach at venti high the victims were 15 and 16 at the time they met the suspect during a social media web site the girls do not attend a school where daniel works. and now we have new information about his background. >> he is a nice guy, he's really cool, you can talk with him. >> reporter: the suspect was her substitute teacher for over one month last year. she says she never saw him making any advances on students. >> he was really nice he would always say hello and we would always say hello to him, he spoke with the guys and girls and everybody he did not seem that way. >> reporter: he has been working here as a fill and teacher and football coach since 2010. he is also a personal trainer
, james holmes, he is in police custody. we expect to see him for the first time monday for his first court appearance. let's stay on the suspect for right now. investigators are still waiting to get into his apartment. looking through the window they found an arsenal and they found booby-traps. our poppy harlow is at the complex. poppy, good morning to you. how long will it be until police can get into the apartment? do we know? >> we now have an answer to that. this just coming into nick valencia. frank is with the aurora police department, gary. he tells us that the fire department here, along with atf, will be returning to the residence of james holmes, right behind my right shoulder here, at around 7:00 a.m. local time. that's two hours from now, in colorado. it's not clear whether they're going to be allowed or plan to go into the apartment but they will come back here on scene. we will certainly be trying to talk to them. the reason with he don't know whether they will go in or not is because of how vexing, perplexing a situation this is. as i look at the apartment of james hol
and adjutancy trafficker-- traffic here is pretty light. >> james: now here is your forecast for today. this afternoon look for sunny and slightly cooler than yesterday temperatures. instead of saying 90 degrees, we will settle into the mid to upper 80s. we will have a full breakdown in just a moment. we will have your seven day around the bay and talk about the weekend in detail coming up in just a moment. >> darya: thanks a lot james, now the story out of open were a big tree is blocking the road. let us turn to jackie who is live at the scene, it looks like they're chopping it up and hauled away how is the progress? >> reporter: they're pretty much done, and as you can see the white car is pretty much done that is the car that was under the tree. this happened around 4:00 a.m. on the 2000 block of 13th avenue here in oakland. around 4:00 a.m. that is one part of the tree fell on to the white car. that is a honda civic. the good news is that no one was hurt. no one was in the car when the tree fell. the other good news, there are a lot of power lines overhead, none of those were take
to james robison. he is working with jay richards. they're a combined presentation so jay will be speaking first. james robison's a good friend of mine and i want to tell you why you should listen to james robison today. don't listen to james because he's spoken in over 600 venues around the country. full to the brim breaking attendance records at the rolling stones didn't and appear with billy graham throughout the '70s and '80s. although he did that. don't listen to james because he has an international missions outreach that has literally saved the lives of thousands of young children, saved countless young women from child prostitution and dug water wells although he's done that, too. don't listen to james because millions, 20 million plus, have come to an understanding of jesus christ through james primary vocation, that of an evangelist. but here's why you should listen to james. james has stood up twice at critical times in our country as a citizen patriot and the first one is quite interesting. he is a southern baptist evangelist and in the late '70s he saw a southern baptist presi
. >> james: will take a quick break here, we have a live look for you and let me show the camera. our roof camera in san francisco is pretty clear right now but obviously we are watching that morning later pushed in. we will be right back. >> james: the eastern half of the honest is still recovering from scorching heat. i guess the white house was surrounded by lightning struck tonight. at least 16 people were killed in violent storms this weekend. stacy is in montgomery county maryland with the latest. >>anchor: these power crews on the front line of a battle to beat the heat, they're working around the clock to restore electricity to hundreds of thousands of customers in the central and eastern united states. this is following the deadly weekend storms. >> to me it sounds like a freight train was allowed, and idaho all of that caucus and the images came down. >> sleeping at night is difficult last night was a very long night and we hope it's cooler. >>anchor: more than 19 temperature records were broken or tied across the u.s.. those left without air-conditioning have been encouraged t
should listen to james robison today. don't listen to james because he has spoken in over 600 venues around the country full to the brim, breaking attendance records that the rolling stones didn't, and appear with billy graham throughout the '70s and '80s, although he did that. don't listen to james because he has an international missions outreach that has literally saved the lives of thousands of young children, saved countless young women from child prostitution and dug water wells, although he has done that too. don't listen to james because millions, 20 million plus have come to an understanding of jesus christ through james' primary vocation, that of an evangelist. but here is why you should listen to james. james has stood up twice at critical times in our country as a citizen patriot. and the first one is quite interesting. you see he is a southern baptist evangelist. in the late '70s, he saw southern baptists president, and he realized perhaps not all people of faith had the same views politically as he saw president carter. and he convened a large group, using his in
james or his relationship to the family. and we would respect courtesy in that regard. so thank you very much for your tim time. >> i don't think he was able to, no. they're doing as well as they can under the circumstances. you know, we haven't been looking at all of the news reports, so i really can't comment on that. that, i can't comment on that, either. criminal defense attorneys understand the system a lot better than civil attorneys. [ inaudible question ] >> i'm sorry. [ inaudible question ] >> throughout the process. throughout. all through the weekend when i was getting calls and also after i saw his appearance. >> i really can't comment on that. [ inaudible website ] [ inaudible question ] >> i have no comment on that. i have no comment on their whereabouts. i don't think they would like the media to know where they are. i think arlene holmes statement clarifies that a bit as to how they reacted. i think everyone can imagine how they're feeling. anyone who has ever been a parent. [ inaudible question ] >> not at this time. >> right. because that's not what she said. and that w
shooting but they are confident the gunman acted alone. >> reporter: james holmes was arrested peacefully. >> police officers found thegonman in the back -- the gunman in the back of the theater. >> reporter: he was carrying a one ar-15, a remington 870 shotgun and two 40-caliber glock handguns. >> wearing the full armor. arm pads and leg pads. >> a helmet, a vest, tactical. places to put all kinds of gear and clips and it was bullet proof. >> reporter: police got a surprise. >> he had his hair painted red. he said he was the joker. >> reporter: in fact, some of the people in the theater believed he was part of the show. >> it was during a shoot out scene. >> reporter: he bought a ticket, left through an emergency door and properred itope -- propped it open and came back and opened fire. >> no one could see anything. >> i was terrified. i dove into the aisle and he started shooting people behind me. >> there was this one guy on all four crawling, there was a girl spitting up blood. >> i just got out and there was a moment where my daughter tripped tripped and i was dragging her. >> report
of him in the courtroom. police say 24-year-old james holmes is the man who opened fire in a crowded theater in aurora, colorado. his victims saw him in bulletproof body armor. today they got quite a surprise. >> reporter: james holmes appeared dazed, confused and sometimes comatose in his first court appearance. james holmes did not say a word as the judge said he would be charged one week from today and that bail is out of the question. >> given the nature of the charges you are held on a no bond hold. >> reporter: he was arrested friday morning outside the movie theater where he killed 12 and wounded 58 others during the movie dark knight rises. he was in front of the theater when the gunman began shooting. the man he saw today has nothing in common with the cold blooded killer who appeared before him in body armor. the brother of the sportscaster killed, says he believes james holmes is putting on an act. >> this guy is nothing -- he is a coward and a genius. >> reporter: the father of another victim was at the hearing today. >> death. >> reporter: prosecutor's say it is too earl
this is for the first time we are seeing james holmes. >> there is a video freeze frame of the suspect james holmes. >> seemed especially lethargic, nonresponsive. >> maybe an act. >> doesn't seem any effort. >> didn't focus his eyes at all. >> and a nation. >> people say it's bad politics to address the issue. i think they are wrong. i'm going to try to stir it up and so is everybody else. >> to think gun control or increased gun control is the answer in my view, that would have to be proved. >> eighteen months since arizona. when are you going to do this. >> weapons of war don't belong on the streets. >> i want to get you straight out to the west coast where the attorney for the holmes family, his parents, james's parents, is beginning a press conference in san diego. let's listen. >> a bit different from the process in california. here in california if someone is arrested for a crime such as murder, the district attorney's office first files a complaint alleging what the charges are and then files a complaint. the first court appearance is an arraignment where the acc
, first, to san diego, a lawyer representing james holmes' family. not james holmes. his family. >> they have personal knowledge of things when, in fact, they don't, because it wastes the court time. it is also important that a case of this significance be tried in the courthouse, in the courtroom, and not in the media. the process in colorado is a bit different from the process here in california. here in california if someone is arrested for a crime such as murder, the district attorney's office first filed a complaint alleging what the charges are and files a complaint. the first court appearance is an arraignment where the accused enters a plea of not guilty and thereafter a preliminary hearing takes place where the court has to look at what evidence the prosecution has and to make a determination as to whether there is probable cause to believe, number one, that a crime was committed. and, number two, that this person committed that crime. if there is sufficient evidence to hold the person to the charge s, that a for formal document is filed and the process started against
would like to maintain their privacy so we will not discuss james or their relationship to the family and we will respect courtesy in that regard. so, thank you for your time. (inaudible). >> no. (inaudible). >> they doing as well as they can under the circumstances. (inaudible). >> we haven't been look at all the news reports so i cannot comment on that. (inaudible). >> i can't comment on that. criminal defense attorneys understand the system better than civil attorneys. (inaudible) all i'm sorry? (inaudible). >> throughout the process, all through the weekend when i was getting calls and, also, after i saw the appearance. (inaudible). >> i really cannot comment on that. (inaudible) can you tell me what that was about? >> i have no comment on that. i have no comment of their whereabouts. i don't think they would like the media to know where they are. >> can you tell us their reaction when they first heard their son's name? >> i think the per's statement clarifies that a bit as to how they reacted. >> she says she didn't know ... (inaudible). >> i thinken can imagine how they are feel
>> james: there is a drug that people were not infected with hiv can take to reduce the disease we explained. >> reporter: this is the pill some are saying this will put an end to hiv >> this is a very important milestone in the hiv epidemic. we are hoping to a change the course of the epidemic and eliminate new sexual transmission of hiv. >> reporter: up to now this has been used to treat people with hiv but now the fda has approved it to be used for those that did not have the virus to prevent them from getting it. researchers say when taken properly is quite effective. >> the success was highly highly effective. >> reporter: those who are in the fight against aids and hiv say this is greatly needed. >> we have about 50,000 people that are infected anything we can do to help prevent the spread of hiv is a tremendous advance. >> reporter: you must be hiv negative to take this, you must be continually tested. the drug is not cheap to take this on a yearly basis it costs about $13,000 average. >> reporter: the san francisco aids foundation says it is now incumbent upon them and o
: thank you. this is not a who done it. james holmes was arrested right outside the movie theater like he was waiting for the police. his apartment was rigged with explosives. evidence seems overwhelming. what strategy could defense be planning? michael cardoza is in san francisco an bernie and ted williams is in washington. let's say he is your client. where do you begin? >> you see him at jail. number two, very important, right out of block, you need to have a psychiatrist see him immediately. number three, you tell him from now on i'm doing the talking. don't open your mouth anymore. >> greta: what did you think looking at him on the video. what was your thoughts? >> my first thought was the joker from the movie. the way his hair is. that certainly will play into the defense because the only choice they have here is to enter a not guilty by reason of insanity plea. the first step here will be to see if he is able to stand trial can he help his trial counsel to prepare the trial? if he can they move forward, they enter the not guilty by reason of insanity plea and we go from there. >> g
signed with the new york knicks. >> james: a bizarre incident reported a piece of eyes the size of a baseball slammed into a home. >> reporter: the homeless is the large device hit the roof facing the back yard run above the area where she was sitting in a chair and talking on the phone, quinta dimly it happened this past friday. she was telling her friend about all the things that went wrong that day, but will the overflowing and the cat getting stuck under the house and then she said she heard something for them to the roof going about 90 mi. per hour. >> it hit the house and went across into the pool, it scared the daylights out of it. i pulled it out i called my friend back and i did not know it was. it was a huge piece of ice the sides of the baseball. i am glad the kids were not out here playing or in the pool, it could definitely left a mark on somebody. it was traveling at such a fast rate. i know airplanes often drop eyes, but it was a lot different than that. i did notice a really pungent smell about it. there was no color to it. i do not want to say it smell like amm
: tonight we are live in aurora, colorado and james holmes dressed in a jail jumpsuit made his first appearance. he never out eared word. it was a strange scene inside the courtroom. for more on that, brandon from the aurora sentinel joins us. take me through it. >> what most people were struck by his of various colors, the orange hair, another shade of red on his pants. orange sandals it was a unique scene. once he sat down. he never opened his mouth. he never seemed to acknowledge anything. >> greta: did he seem to look around the courtroom? >> i don't think so. i think he had his eyes on the judge and that was about it. he didn't look at the victims or anything like that. >> greta: what about the victims in the courtroom. who were they if you know and was there reaction? >> there was a handful of families of the deceased. they were surrounded by several victims from around the state. they brought them in from various different agencies. there was one man who i assume was the father of deceased who was staring throughout the entire hearing. i don't think he took his eyes off for a
. over the next weeks and month, we will hear more about suspected shooter james holmes. there will likely be court appearances, charges, and perhaps a trial. it will be holmes who makes headlines. a name you'll hear over and over. and usually it is the suspected killer that gets most of the attention. eric harris and dylanical icalk. anders behring breivik. today is the one-year anniversary of that mass killing. but names we should be hearing are those of the victims. we want to start this morning remembering those who lost their lives friday morning as told by the people they left behind. >> not surprising to me that his first thought would be her. that's what a man does. he protects his loved ones. i'm very proud of him. we're going to miss him. >> just a great kid. talented kid. very talented. a lot of gifts. made people laugh. always made people smile. gentle giant was the way we looked at him. >> the sweetest smile you've ever seen. and she got -- she got prettier as she grew older. in a blink of an eye, something happens, and -- completely changes everyone's life
james or his relationship to the family, and we would respect courtesy in that regard. so thank you very much for the ti time. [ inaudible ] >> no. >> can you describe -- [ inaudible ] >> they are doing as well as they can under the circumstances. >>. [ inaudible ] other than reports -- information about -- [ inaudible ] >> you know, we haven't been looking at all of the news reports, so i really can't comment on that. >> why has the family hired a criminal defense attorney. >> i can't comment on that either. criminal defense attorneys understand the system a lot better than civil attorneys. >> got these messages this weekend or -- [ inaudible ] >> i'm sorry? >> these messages crafted were they done this weekend or after you saw them this morning? >> throughout the process. throughout. all through the weekend when i was getting calls. [ inaudible ] >> i really can't comment on that. >> on the back of the car, there's a bumper sticker, that links to a website about depression, addiction, self-abuse. clearly that was there before the shooting. can you tell me what that was about? >> i have
: first we want to start with your weather forecast, james. >> james: this is the day we have been waiting for, relief coming this afternoon. this morning we are dealing with some coastal and day--bay fog. temperatures are much cooler in the end in the 80s today. i have your complete forecast straight ahead, now we go to georgia with a check of traffic. >> george: here at the bay bridge toll plaza we have no problem for your commute as you head westbound towards the upper deck. >> justine: here is what we are watching right now on the kron4 newsroom the contra costa county is now working a house fire in concord is one of alarm on st. francis drive. it started around 5:00 a.m. this morning that was just about an hour ago. the fire crews are still trying to put the flames shall we have more information as we get it on the kron4 morning news. >> darya: happening right now in san jose dozens of people are camped out waiting to get their hands on free backpacks for their kids. we are live in san jose, we have been looking at the line and people have gotten their very early for a chance to get s
in another challenge for the millions of people >> james: here is how the weather will play out. we have some fog and low cloud coverage along the coast. that is what we are waking up to. temperatures in the fifties and low 60s. we have mostly sunny days. and cuba are in the spots to into the low 80s and we have partly cloudy conditions. it looks like a warm up as we head toward the middle of the week. we have your full forecast straight ahead with a check of traffic. >> erica: good morning, is o'clock we have picked up a new incident. it looks like one to two lanes are blocked due to an accident. we are nearing the approach to the bay bridge plaza. for the most part the east bay freeway is moving well the same goes with the south bay. >> mark: police are looking for the driver that may have caused a fatal hit-and-run accident in petaluma this morning check out the scene. the crash was reported just after urbanite. --the crash was reported just after midnight. the road was closed for about one hour but it has been reopened. >> darya: now this will be the first time the bus service is corn to
for this often. >> mark: person want to look at the weather with james fletcher. >> james: we want to look at the conditions, it is cool along the bay and then really hot when she get in and. >> george: we want to take quick check on your commute, traffic is pretty light with the exception of highway 4. that is going to antioch but the rest of your commute through the south bay and the peninsula and northern conditions all look good. >> darya: the latest story we're following is live oak and a woman was shot at a motel. will tran is live on the scene, what is going on? >> will: investigators are still here. the murder took place just hours ago. there are still collecting evidence hoping for the coroner's office to arrive to remove her body. they know who she is put at this time they're not telling her identity until her family or the first of can has been notified. she is a 19 year-old woman that was shot and the face. ask the officer how many shots were fired and he said at least one. what we do not know what this time and investigators are still talking with witnesses to see whether or n
was in a hospital and they say now her injuries are life threatening and they're looking for that man. >> james: students attending the community day school in richmond are said to be denied basic rights. they claim at the time the school has and no electricity, no heat, leaking feelings and not enough desk to go around. records show 29 students are enrolled in the school, for the district has decided not to comment. >> justine: this man has been missing over a week they say there are no signs of foul play but todd cook had not been seen since june 23rd. he's from livermore sometimes visited friends in sacramento but they have not seen him recently. he is 5 ft. 7 and weighs 170 lbs.. >> james: we will take a quick break and be back with more headlines in just a minute and will to give you a look in san francisco a fire near bayshore boulevards. this is with 280 and 101 come together. it was a four alarm fire for right now looks like they hey, your high speed internet here at home... and on the go... ...with some really big news. it's b-i-g, big. high speed internet from at&t at home... includes
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spree in colorado. here's what we know right now. police are saying this man, 24- year-old james holmes, open fire inside of a movie theater. in all, 70 victims and 12 people who were killed. eyewitness news has complete coverage, we have the latest from aurora, colorado. >> reporter: well, the victims of this massacre have been identified and family members have been told if their loved ones were among those killed or wounded. at this hour, 24 people are still in the hospital, 11 in critical condition. candles flickered throughout the night for the victims in the theater sheeter. matt's fiance is on life support. >> it makes no sense. >> reporter: tom sullivan spent the day trying to find his son. >> we're looking for him. >> reporter: and then late friday night, the family was notified alex sullivan was killed. he was celebrating his 27th birthday with a midnight screening of the "dark knight rises," when this man, 24-year- old james holmes threw gas canisters into the theater and started shooting. >> at the time, i thought it was fireworks and then i was hit here. >> reporter: st
. and suspected gunman james holmes. people who knew him are also speaking out now and a new photo posted on a sex website may be that of hole am with red hair there. we'll tell you how that could impact this investigation. the community gathers in prayer to remember the 12 lives lost in the tragedy and 38 in all injured. all right. that's where we begin. we're learning more about the victims. cnn's nick valencia is here with some of their stories. we understand the police department will be revealing a long list of all the victims. they haven't done that thus far. we're expecting that momentarily. but what can you tell us about the victims that we're learning more about? >> the list of those wounded and deceased will be released later on today at 2:00 p.m. press conference. we hope to get those names sooner. but cnn's been able to confirm half of those deceased. we'll start with the latest information we have. staff sergeant jesse chilledldr of california. his family notified late this morning at 1:00 a.m. of his passing. he was an active duty air force member. he was among four actually u.s. ser
visit. >>> james holmes, the man suspected in that mass shooting in colorado, has been appointed a defense attorney. the 24-year-old is being held in a segregated cell without bond on suspicion of first degree murder in colorado. his first court date is scheduled for monday. meanwhile, the university of colorado says holmes has received federal grant money to study neuroscience. school leaders say he enrolled in the program last year but would not say why he was withdrawing. >>> holmes grew up in san diego, but spent part of his childhood in selinas. the family lived here for a few years around 1988. neighbors remember james as a quiet, nice boy who swam and played basketball with the other kids. >> he was a lot sweeter than a lot of the kids who wouldn't stop running at the pool. he played with a lot of the neighbor kids. a cute little sister. they were a simple family. >> she was a lifeguard at the pool and says she feels sorry for the family and for all of the victims of the tragedy. >>> as police and agents continue their investigation in colorado, we are beginning to learn m
to weather and traffic pin >>james: and have coast of lot -- coastal fog. we will expect the fog to burn off by midmorning. it will be '60s-'80s a round the bay. the fog is expected to return this even. >>george: we are seeing the volume build up on highway 4 and interstate 580 in the east bay. they're looking at light traffic for the finance said the south bay and north bay. the scene of the lay help of a strip mall fire. this sonoma boulevard. the was several businesses threatened and the strip mall. it is in vallejo. >>darya: this sheriff's deputy has been arrested and is awaiting charges for domestic violence. >>grant: a developing story that we are following added >>darya: a developing story rear falling out of the east bay. two people were shot. will tran is live on the scene. it will >> there is east bound 83 the victims who were traveling from that direction from left to right. then add another car if pulls out in fires several shots into the card. the male driver and a female passenger was hits. he spun out and fortunately no one hand into his car pin = all of the three of the -- t
, adultfriendfinder. police believe that this is james holmes, the suspect in the shooting. but investigators haven't been able to confirm that yet. sources did say that holmes had died his hair red before the attack. police and federal investigators are gathered at james holmes' apartment right now. they've been there for a couple of days. inside, they have been able to see booby traps. this place is rigged. a sophisticated and potentially deadly setup. and so far they have just been able to get a peek inside, but our poppy harlow has been bringing us some new details this morning. she's been speaking with law enforcement. poppy, how sophisticated do they say this setup is? >> reporter: very sophisticateed, relatively speaking, for someone who is not believed to be an expert this at this. they told me, a law enforcement official just told me this morning, randi, this is a unique situation. not something that they typically see. that he showed some expertise in setting this up. this was certainly not, quote, crude. what they also told me that was very disturbing is that the explosive devices found
ranging from three months old to 45 years old. he accused shooter, james holmes is in custody. >> we have more on what exactly happened. >> just moments ago the family of the suspect james holmes issued a statement saying their heart goes out of those involved. they also asked for their privacy at this time. we are learning more about the suspects, including that he is a student at the university of colorado medical school but withdrew last month. an aspiring sports journalist named jessica is the first person to be identified in this horrific incident. mayhem in a colorado movie theater. 24-year-old james holmes opened fire at a midnight screening of batman killing 12 people. images of the scene were captured on cell phones. according to witnesses james holmes dressed in all black wearing a gas mask and a bulletproof vest. he released some sort of gas then opened fire. >> i tried to help my friends get out. >> 12 people were killed, dozens of others ranging in age from three months to 45 years old were taken to area hospitals many in critical condition. >> anywhere from mild to severe i
evening. we begin with that bizarre scene in a colorado courtroom today. james holmes, the 24-year-old suspect, appearing in court just four days after he allegedly opened fire in a movie theater. the flame red hair, the dazed look. in the front row, parents and friends of the victims, studying his face. the father-in-law of one of the victims said he looked demonic. david muir has covered this story since the first bulletin and he he is outside the courtroom. david? >> reporter: as you know, so many families want to focus on the families, the victims here. but today, a community paused to stare down a gunman. >> the guards on the courthouse has the suspect came in. and a woman on crutches a couple arm in arm. and james holmes, his hair still died that comic book color. and his eyes, wide open. and a stunned expression. and struggling to keep them open to stay away. >> you have a right to -- >> reporter: also, was the suspect on medication. he went from one extreme to the other. his bulging eyes and his head dropping. we asked former fbi agent brad garrett to fill us in. >> he is i
of james holmes and what he was up to and how he pulled all of this off. >> i guess a real indicator that it wasn't going to be, or at least authorities felt pretty certain that this was going to be incredibly controlled and contained. they did not stop the traffic outside of that building. as we were watching it live we were still able to see cars streaming back and forth. at what point might they do that that they close off traffic? >> i think, if the situation they feel raises to a much more serious level, i can imagine just moments before they set off that controlled explosion inside that apartment just a little while ago, they did stop -- they asked everybody to stop moving. you can hear one of the officers over here start screaming fire in the hole. they repeated that several times and everybody stopped moving and then a few seconds later is when you heard the explosions. so in the moments before the controlled situations, they clamped everything down as best they can, but, clearly, at some point a lot of that area that you see behind me, fredericka, has been cordoned off. this
-year-old james holmes who has been identified as the shooting suspect at the movie massacre there in aurora, colorado. jeremy, confirm for us, too, the car, the vehicle that was parked behind the movie theater that is holmes' vehicle. he also said there were explosives in that but police have not confirmed they found anything like that in the vehicle, right? >> from what we heard in the early hours of this incident, we heard that he told police that there were possibly explosives in his car, but when they apprehended him and they have seized his vehicle from what we understand, there were no explosives in his car. but i'll tell you, around this apartment complex, i have never seen so much yellow police christmas tape criss cro-crossi neighborhood like this. this is quite amazing. they are taking this very slowly, methodically, delicately. police are crawling all over this neighborhood. they're going to take their time with this. at the same time, you got to think about this. there's all these possible explosives inside this apartment unit. they don't want to destroy any evid
suspect has been confirmed as 24-year-old james holmes, but we now understand police and investigators on the scene of his apartment has figured out it's booby trapped. can you confirm that? >> this guy was methodical in his planning. about ten minutes ago, chief dan oates of the aurora police department said, quote, booby trapped. the third floor of this apartment unit is where this suspect lived, and on the third floor, they cannot enter that apartment because it is booby trapped. the chief said that it looks pretty sophisticated. that's his quote. the briefing was very quick, they would not answer any questions. there are fire trucks here surrounding this very generic-looking apartment complex. it's a very generic, unassuming apartment complex, but the police department dealing with an extraordinary circumstance now, a booby-trapped apartment. they won't say how it's booby trapped, but fire trucks are here with their ladders extended to the building, just in case they have to detonate things inside that apartment. >> we were watching that this morning. you mentioned the hook and lad
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